Our exciting STEM activities are designed to increase motivation, student self-confidence and raises awareness of their potential as scientists, engineers and technologists.
We can also offer bespoke activities on request.
CREST Discovery is an opportunity for pupils to gain a British Science Association CREST Award in a one day guided activity.
Most of our activities can extended to a full day event and accredited for the award. Click ‘more’ for further information about CREST Discovery or contact us to discuss your requirements.
Antweight Robot Wars
Students engage with design, technology and science in an exciting and hands-on way by building small remote-controlled robots and taking part in challenges.
KS 2/3 | Mathematics
UFO Egg Challenge
Students must help save an alien species from extinction by designing and building a craft.
KS2/KS3 | Design & Technology, Engineering
Rocket Car challenge
Design and build a balloon powered car and see how far it will travel!
KS2/3 | Science, Engineering
Spark it Up: Electricity and Magnetism
This activity promotes enthusiasm, interest and awe in science,
further developing understanding of the key concepts of electricity and magnetism in an hour of inspiring demonstrations.
KS 3 | Science
IET Energy Watch
IET Energy Watch encourages young people to contemplate the demand for constant energy generation, and the consequential impact this has on the planet. Students will discover the vital role that engineers play in providing sustainable energy. Experience will be gained in solving real world energy problems.
KS 3/4 | Science, Engineering
IET Advanced Sports Imaging
How can sports performance be improved through the use of
technology and maths? Students analyse motion, speed, impact and energy transfer using an infra-red high-speed digital camera.
KS 4 | Technology, Mathematics
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"I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all at STEM Sussex for coordinating it and delivering the Antweight Challenge...The minibus was full of excited conversation about the day all the way back to Horsham."
Director of Learning for Technologies, Millais School.